Friday, November 4th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

On Friday, we saw soybeans, soybean oil, soybean meal, cotton and crude oil all strong on the rumors that the Chinese economy could be opening up more as they move away from their zero Covid policy and rhetoric. Wheat found a little support as the U.S. dollar was weaker and corn did a whole lot of nothing. Livestock trade was also fairly choppy. We discuss the multiple factors influencing the markets with Ted Seifried of Zaner Ag Hedge on today’s show. Learn more at https://www.zaner.com.

Also on today’s show; CHS has reported strong earnings and over $1 billion dollars in returns to it’s member cooperatives and farmer-owners for FY2022. We discuss the news and more with Jay Debertin, President and CEO of CHS Inc. Learn more online at https://www.chsinc.com.

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